Top 10 Disabilities Books

    A Boy Called Bat
    6.8
    #1 in Series
    01
    A Boy Called Bat
    Written by Elana K. Arnold & illustrated by Charles Santoso
    Wonder
    6.5
    #1 in Series
    02
    Wonder
    Written by R. J. Palacio
    I am Helen Keller
    5.8
    Series
    03
    I am Helen Keller
    Illustrated by Christopher Eliopoulos
    04
    Out of My Mind
    Written by Sharon Draper
    Susan Laughs
    5.5
    05
    Susan Laughs
    Written by Jeanne Willis & illustrated by Tony Ross
    06
    The Girl Who Thought in Pictures: The Story of Dr. Temple Grandin
    Written by Julia Finley Mosca & illustrated by Daniel Rieley
    A Christmas Carol
    5.0
    Series
    07
    A Christmas Carol
    Written by Jennifer Adams & illustrated by Alison Oliver
    Dan and Diesel
    4.8
    08
    Dan and Diesel
    Written by Charlotte Hudson & illustrated by Lindsey Gardiner
    Through Grandpa's Eyes
    4.8
    09
    Through Grandpa's Eyes
    Written by Patricia MacLachlan & illustrated by Deborah Kogan Ray
    Al Capone Does My Shirts
    4.5
    #1 in Series
    10
    Al Capone Does My Shirts
    Written and illustrated by Gennifer Choldenko

Did you know that more than 12.8% of people in the United States of America have a disability (2017 Disability Statistics Annual Report)? Whether mental or physical differences, learning about disabilities can help us have a better understanding of conditions and more empathy for differently-abled people. Apart from being a great way to learn, these books are also a great way to start conversations with your children about advocacy, inclusion, and kindness.

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